Update : King County Sheriff John Urquhart Won’t Face Charges Updated December 10, 2017 at 11:07 am

Update : King County Sheriff John Urquhart Won’t Face Charges

King County Sheriff John Urquhart
won’t face charges in alleged groping case
– The Seattle Times –

“I simply don’t believe, even if one accepts that everything the alleged victim says as true, the alleged actions of Mr. Urquhart constitute that very serious, violent, Class A felony sex offense,” [Prosecutor] Roe wrote in his letter.

[ reference article below ]


As usual, when it comes to law enforcers everything becomes a matter of The Law.

  • [Prosecutor] Roe, in a letter to the case investigator explaining his legal reasoning, said he agreed probable cause had been met to consider charges, but he determined the alleged groping did not rise to the legal standard for a felony indecent-liberties charge, and the statute of limitations had passed on the alternative gross misdemeanor charge of assault with sexual motivation. – The Seattle Times

All of sudden, if you are in law enforcement, everything becomes a matter of facts, evidence and practicing a reasonable reality in the name of The Law.


If the investigation honestly was professional does anyone really believe that if they were not a front page Sherriff they too would receive the same level of work? If so you probably would make it through jury selection.

To be sure for a Sherriff it is the law, for everyone else it is limbo-law.

Prosecutors Practice Limbo Law on Non-Law-Enforcement Citizens

If this were any other citizen prosecutors would engage limbo-law to beat out a guilty plea bargain, or to go to trial and emotionally sway a jury to pronounce “guilty.” See hardtruth.us for evidence.

One day such favoritism will be found guilty as hell.

I charge you, in the sight of God and Christ Jesus and the elect angels, to keep these instructions without partiality, and to do nothing out of favoritism. (1 Timothy 5:21)

See, in the “sight of God” everything is to be done without “favoritism”. Anything short of this is a sin.

King County Prosecutor Timothy Williams

If the voters of King County ever wised up and elected me Big-Chief Prosecutor you can be assured nothing would have to be passed off to anyone else because of favoritism. Indeed, the best, meaning justice understanding cops, the best prosecutors, the best judges and the best defense attornies would come back to practice The Law.

King County Prosecutor Timothy Williams – sure has a nice ring to it. Just use the write-in portion of your ballet because I am not running for the office, but, if elected you can be sure it will be justice and justice alone that is served.

Nope, don’t have a law degree but as no one else seems to actually be using one it shouldn’t really be an issue. In fact, clearly with all the Court Corruption in King County not having a law degree is a huge advantage. Be assured if I am elected 3 months before I come rolling into the office to clean things up a lot of the dirt will have already resigned and left.

Of Course

Of course, Snohomish County Prosecutor Mark Roe “praised Figaro’s investigation as “skillfully handled,” fair and thorough,…” because all of this was to give, quoting King County Prosecutors, an “appearance” of not being partial.

All of this is for “appearance” sake – not truth sake.

Of course, King County Prosecutors are going to pass it off to a different Prosecutor that will flatter the desired outcome.

King County Prosecutors would never give the case to anyone that would actually hold them accountable. Don’t be naive.

What did you expect Prosecutor Roe to say about the detective that did the investigation? Of course, Prosecutor Roe was going to find “probable cause” to investigate one side of the coin.

Naturally, oh so naturally, the detective did a great job because Prosecutor Roe is giving credit to himself, for his decision not to press charges.

As with King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, flattery is the name of the game.1

How About

How about Prosecutor Roe you show us a letter, or public statement, just one, where you ridiculed, rebuked or even suggested that a detective did a lousy job.

We can start with King County, City of Enumclaw Washington, Detective Grant McCall if you cannot find one. Let us see your comment about this matter directed at King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg.

Wait, what am I thinking, if King County Prosecutors, notably Dan Satterberg like’s Prosecutor Roe of Snohomish the very great odds are that, like King County, the corruption of Enumclaw Detective Grant McCall would be given the full whitewash.

Never mind.


Your statement below is true enough Mr. Urquhart, and I wish you well – but as for the rest of us non-law-enforcement citizens, well Prosecutors in King County see to it that all rights, logic, and laws are null-n-void.

  • In a statement Friday, Urquhart said: “As I have said all along, what was alleged never occurred. A polygraph proved as much. It is unfortunate, but not coincidental, that the accusation came out so close to the election. As Mark Twain said, ‘A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.’” – The Seattle Times

Actually Mark Twain did not make the statement “A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.”

Enumclaw.com Correction:

My previous post was wrong. It was not 2 years to investigate but 2 years before the accuser, accused.

It was a two-month investigation into a two-year-old alleged crime. “Renton police Commander Daniel Figaro’s two-month investigation…”. This underscores that the statute of limitations should be drastically reduced. (see the previous article)


Mr. John Urquhart you might want to repent of having sex with women outside of marriage.

In a similar way, Sodom and Gomorrah and the surrounding towns gave themselves up to sexual immorality and perversion. They serve as an example of those who suffer the punishment of eternal fire. (Jude 1:7)

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Sunday, December 3, 2017
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Article Reference

(enumclaw.biz)—The prosecutor noted he reviewed the case based on legal standards and did not weigh in on whether he believed Barnes’ allegation.

“That decision absolutely does not mean that I either believed or disbelieved the alleged victim, nor does it mean I accepted or rejected Mr. Urquhart’s version of events,” Roe wrote. “ It means that we aren’t going to file any criminal charges. That’s all it means.”